19th- and 20th-century poetry and drama in English, German, French; opera; Holocaust history; history of aesthetic theory
20th Century British and American Literature, Rhetoric, Cold War History and Culture, Philosophy of History, Antiquity
Utopian/dystopian studies, European intellectual history (19th-20th century), political theory, critical theory, literature and philosophy
Argentine Literature, 20th century, Education history, Experiential Education, Latin American culture
I recently completed a PhD in History of Art at the University of Nottingham. My research interests cover 20th Century American Visual Culture and Art History. I have a particular interest in dipictions of the office in 20th America.
19th century, 20th Century, gender studies, masculinity, Concepcion Gimeno, Rosalía de Castro, Carmen de Burgos, madness, history of the prisions in Spain,
I am a historian of 20th-century France, with a special interest in cultural and gender history, and more recently in the history of health and medicine. I have published on such topics as the collaborationist press, 1940-1944, and its rehabilitation after the war; the obsessions of early to mid-twentieth-century physical culturists with masculinity, eugenics and national decline; and on aspects of the interwar radical right. I am currently working on a social and cultural history of natural health cures in early to mid 20th-century France, the cultural work of physicians, the presentation of science and medicine at the 1937 Paris world’s fair, and the emergence of self-help literature across the century.
Sohini Chattopadhyay is a doctoral researcher in the department of History at Columbia University specializing in death, burial and mortuary practices in 19th and 20th century India. Her research interests focus on connections between comparative urbanisms, public health histories, and ideas of “the body” in imperial and international organizations.
Assistant professor, School of Architecture and Urbanism, University of Brasilia. Graduate program assistant director for Architectural History, Theory, and Criticism. Architectural historian, architect, and historic preservationist. Theory and criticism of classical architecture and its influence on 19th- and early 20th-century modernity. Digital documentation and analysis of historic sites and buildings.
With specializations in U.S. literature, particularly poetry and fiction in the 20th and 21st centuries, and in lyric poetry (history and poetics) from Old English to the global present.